Charger circuit boards, IDM2 IDM3 and IDM4 parts. Plug-In-Systems spares. 
Telephone        01773 776728      

Mobile              07707 111357

Please note my Virgin mobile on calling sometimes gives an incorrect number response or just cuts you off with two rings. If this happens drop me text and I will call you back.


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Both sites are listed as unsecure by Google. However the shop is an SSL experience and provided by Paypal for both cards and of course Paypal.

Trained by CEC/Plug-in-Systems, I was part of a a service team of five that used to travel the country repairing the companies product.
On the site are some complete units, internal spares including chargers and switches. Plug In have been manufacturing for a long time with a lot of units being discontinued. Where items are no longer available from Plug-In I try to source from elsewhere however not everything is available.

Replacement fascias for the High Tech computerised systems as used in older: Buccaneer, Vanroyce and Vanmaster caravans. Also in various bespoke motorhome manufacturers.  

Replacement batteries and spares for the IDM2 series which includes the IDM3 IDM4 and IDM2000

The website is not a full listing of spares stocked or available.
If you need help with your system even if it is just how to operate a function I may be able to help. On site repairs are available depending on where you are and units can also be sent in for inspection/repair. Please do not ask me for advice on fitting equipment purchased elsewhere.

 I also have a new improved shop website that should be Apple friendly.

Important Notice

Please note my advice is given freely and any action taken is at your own risk as the advice being given/implied is my own opinion and not necessarily the opinion of any company or manufacturer. I do not recommend working on mains or 12volt circuits unless you are "competent" to do so.
The Mains 230v supply and battery should always be disconnected whilst working on any circuits. Proper attention should be paid to the correct fuse and wiring sizes. Even a 12 volt circuit poorly wired can cause fire.